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Announcement: Increased Hamilton Hours!

Yesterday an email was sent out to students from CCSC 2017 President, Ravi Sinha. During reading week, Hamilton Hall will stay open even later on weeknights – midnight, to be exact. This means more study time and more study space for students for the duration of Finals season. We hope students will take advantage of this extension […]

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The Core No More

The LitHum department has been brewing something special this year: Homer’s Odyssey in the style of Sleep No More, performed throughout Hamilton.  There are two free performances on Friday April 20th and Saturday April 21st beginning at 8 pm in Hamilton lobby.  Bwog talked to Darragh Martin, a preceptor in LitHum completing his PhD in Theatre and […]

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BwogSleuthing in Hamilton

Yesterday night, a tipster sent in this photo. We’ve seen Hamiltonian notes before, but the openness of the denizens behind door number 401 to babes made us curious.

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Dear Columbia,

Hamilton is FUCKING FULL, kthxbai. (Click the pictures to enlarge) Butler is probably full too, but at least the Hamilton squatters have the decency to leave apologetic notes. Tipped by D.H.

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